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Nopalito to Open Second Spot In Inner Sunset

Nopalito to Open Second Spot In Inner Sunset

Good news via The Tablehopper’s weekly newsletter as popular Mexican restaurant Nopalito is opening up a second spot in the Inner Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco.

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Brunch Tour: Beast and the Hare

Brunch Tour: Beast and the Hare

One of the major culinary trends that has hit San Francisco restaurants over the past year is the welcome return of weekend brunch service at many restaurants. Brunch is a personal favorite; not only does it serve many different functions (breakfast or lunch at a…

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Slim’s to Host Pop-Up Dinners

Slim’s to Host Pop-Up Dinners

Most music venues in San Francisco offer very little in the way of food options, meaning that you’re cramming your face at a nearby restaurant before catching a show.

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Palace Family Steak House Redux?

Palace Family Steak House Redux?

Bernalwood reports that Mission Street’s now-closed Palace Family Steak House may be coming back to life. However, the question remains as to who the new management will be and just what kind of food they will be serving?

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Party for Peruvian Independence

Party for Peruvian Independence

Peruvian Independence Day is on July 28th, and that can mean only one thing: Fiesta time! Several celebrations are occurring throughout the week to commemorate the holiday, but Pisco Latin Lounge (1817 Market Street) at the edge of Hayes Valley is perhaps the best place…

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Two New Stops Debut for Food Trucks

Two New Stops Debut for Food Trucks

It looks like food truck mania sweeping the Bay Area just won’t die down. Two more spots just debuted this week with multiple trucks at each outpost.

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Peruvian Food Festival Brings Out the Masses to Civic Center Plaza

Peruvian Food Festival Brings Out the Masses to Civic Center Plaza

Several restaurants and caterers from across the Bay Area were on hand to showcase the best Peruvian dishes they had to offer at the 3rd annual Festival de Comida Peruana this past weekend.

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Big Retailers Commit More Stores to ‘Food Deserts’

Big Retailers Commit More Stores to ‘Food Deserts’

Executives from Wal-Mart, Walgreens, SuperValu and other major retailers have made a pledge to open or expand 1,500 stores in communities across the country that have little or no access to healthy foods.

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Masa’s Launches Summer Menu

Masa’s Launches Summer Menu

Masa’s was closed for a little vacation (July 3- July 18) and it seems all the rest and relaxation paid off as Executive Chef Gregory Short has returned with a succulent summer menu featuring a Degustation Menu as well as a Three-Course and Four-Course Menu…

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Cotogna Offering To-Go Boxed Lunches, Outdoor Seating

Cotogna Offering To-Go Boxed Lunches, Outdoor Seating

One of the toughest restaurants to grab a seat at has been Cotogna in Jackson Square. The restaurant’s popularity can be seen at both lunch and dinner, with a packed house most days and nights.

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Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

By now you’ve already heard all about the Pop-Up Restaurant at The Rotation in the Mission, but you might be excited to know that as of this week they are offering soulicious Chicken and Waffles until 3AM every Thursday to Sunday!

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Casey and his Pizza

Casey and his Pizza

When East Coast native Casey Crynes moved to California about seven years ago, he realized that while there are several amazing things about our state, we do sort of lack in one department: thin crust pizza. So, the former web producer decided to make his…

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